Decay eats away at the tooth’s structure and often leaves holes and crevices behind, known as cavities. After we remove decay from a tooth, we use composite resin, tooth-colored dental fillings to reshape the damaged areas so that we can restore the tooth’s health, functionality, and overall appearance. We carefully match the shade of resin to your tooth’s color so that it blends in.
Dental crowns are ceramic or porcelain caps that are shaped to look exactly like a natural tooth. We can bond them onto existing teeth that are damaged or connect them to dental implants for tooth replacement. Crowns are a versatile, high-quality restorative solution for treating everything from cracked, chipped, and broken teeth to weak, infected, and missing teeth.
Bridges are a cost-effective way to replace a single missing tooth or multiple missing teeth in a row. Bridges have crowns on the ends with false teeth lined up in the middle. To place bridges, we can either bond them to existing teeth on either side of the gap or connect them to dental implants. Whichever style of bridge you choose, we’ll ensure that they feel comfortable and look great!
Full & Partial Dentures
Dentures are a great solution for replacing a partial or complete arch of teeth. Our dentures have realistic-looking, gum-colored bases with false teeth attached. Depending on your specific needs, we can either design your dentures to fit snugly onto the gum line or snap onto four to eight dental implants. Our dentures are handcrafted to look, feel, and function like natural teeth, so you can smile with confidence.
Start-to-Finish Dental Implants
We are certified to perform the entire implant process in-house, so we can complete your smile without having to refer you out to other dentists! Dental implants are small posts that go into the jawbone where the missing teeth used to reside. They act as replacement tooth roots and fuse with the bone. We create natural-looking false teeth to attach to implants at the gum line.
Root Canal Therapy
When teeth are severely damaged or infected, we use root canal therapy to save those teeth and prevent the need for an extraction down the road. While root canal therapy may sound intimidating, it’s actually nothing to fear. It’s a straightforward procedure that removes the diseased pulp from the tooth to restore its health and functionality.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Wisdom teeth are the third and final set of molars that erupt between the ages of 15 to 25. While some people have no issues with their wisdom teeth, most encounter some form of disruption when they come in. Wisdom teeth are known to cause a variety of dental issues from crowding existing teeth, getting stuck under the gums, or coming in at weird angles. We can gently remove your wisdom teeth to preserve your smile’s health.